When you're single, your bedtime is all your own. Going to bed at 9 p.m. to wake up for a 5 a.m. workout? Great, you do you. But the second you enter into a partnership in which bed-sharing and room-sharing are involved, this gets more complicated. If one partner is a night owl and the other is a morning lark, it can lead to one person losing sleep and both partners losing the intimacy that comes with falling into bed together at the end of a long day.
Different bedtimes is a common problem in relationships, but there are some creative solutions to it. Here's what you should keep in mind.